5-23-11 - Calasiris' Autobiography Chief priest of...

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Heliodorus, Book Two
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The Cave Theagenes' suicide attempt (34) The discovery of the corpse (35) - Theagenes' suicide attempt (36) A voice from the ether (36) The corpse flipped over (36) - ...her? - The tablet. ..unread? (37) The reunion, a little awkward (37)
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Cnemon's Story, continued Cnemon finishes his story (38) - i.e. how did Thisbe end up in Egypt? Idiocy (?) regarding the tablet (39) - Thisbe's message A hint to Th and Ch's past? Oh Delphi! (41) The reappearance of Thermouthis (41) - His sadness (43) The types of love in this novel
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Transition Charikleia's dream (44); interpretations Cnemon and Thermouthis go off (48) - Is this. ..genuine diarrhea? - Thermouthis' sudden death (49) Cnemon and the old man (49) - My children (52) - Nausikles is off finding Thisbe (53) - Oh and my son is Thyamis (56) - Cnemon can hardly believe his ears
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Unformatted text preview: Calasiris' Autobiography Chief priest of Memphis-Rhodopis (55)-His two sons (56) Eventually goes to Delphi -Cnemon's approval of his description (56) Explains much of what is wrong with Cnemon Charikles' autobiography (58)-Meeting the Ethiopian ambassador at Catadupa (60)-Along with the woven message (what is the message?) Cnemon's cute interruption (62) The Prophecy The problem with Charikleiachastity? Arrogance as well? (63)-Devoted to Artemis, refuses to obey her father The problem with the Aeneian leader arrogance (64)-Descended from Achilles, Neoptolemus, and Mnestheus-Kalasiris acts surprise that this story contradicts Homer's version of events (64)-The prophecy when they both enter the temple (66) What does this mean?...
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This note was uploaded on 12/26/2011 for the course CLASSICS 101 taught by Professor Benjaminmcclosky during the Spring '11 term at Ohio State.

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